Cable TV needs to be topic of public hearing WednesdayAnne...


April 11, 1999

Cable TV needs to be topic of public hearing Wednesday

Anne Arundel County has scheduled two public hearings at which citizens will be encouraged to discuss the county's cable television needs. The first will be held at 7: 30 p.m. Wednesday at Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold Campus, Cade Center Room 219. The second hearing is scheduled at 7: 30 p.m. April 28 in the auditorium at Glen Burnie High School.

These hearings will give the public an opportunity to voice its opinion on what kinds of cable services it believes Jones Communications should offer during the next 15 years.

Information: 410-222-7798.

Officials launch effort to stem underage drinking

The Board of License Commissioners for Anne Arundel County has launched a program to reduce the amount of underage drinking in the county.

The board has distributed posters warning minors they could lose their driver's licenses if they are caught drinking alcohol, even though they may not have been driving. The posters also warn minors they could be fined or jailed if convicted.

Liquor board inspectors and police will monitor alcoholic beverage outlets near schools, prom locations and other areas known to attract underage drinkers. Inspectors will pose as clerks in licensed establishments and issue citations to minors who try to buy alcoholic beverages.

The liquor board, Board of License Commissioners and the state's attorney's office, sheriff and police departments of Anne Arundel County remind the community, particularly during this graduation, prom and summer vacation season, to drink alcoholic beverages only if you are over age 21, and then to do so responsibly, and to never drink alcoholic beverages while operating a water craft or automobile.

Information: 410-222-1148.

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